The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles
and Delaware.gov have launched the Delaware
Driver License Practice Test for the Android platform. The driver
license practice test can now be downloaded at http://apps.delaware.gov
and through the Android
The practice test is designed to provide the necessary foundation to
safely meet the responsibilities of a new driver. It's a free and
convenient tool to assist in preparing for the written test required to
obtain a driver license. It can also be used by existing driver license
holders as a refresher on the rules of the road.
The Android version of the practice test follows last month's release of
the iPhone and iPad versions of the app. Delaware Interactive is the
first in the NIC family of companies
to make this app available on the Android platform. The Windows 7
version is expected in the coming weeks, as well.
"We're committed to creating new and convenient eGovernment tools for
Delaware," said Greg Hughes, Director of the Delaware Government
Information Center (GIC), which leads eGovernment efforts in the First
State. "Delaware Governor Jack Markell has directed us to look for ways
to make government more efficient, effective and open; mobile apps and
eGovernment tools will help us meet that goal."
For those without access to mobile apps, an online version of the
practice test can be accessed through the DMV's website, http://www.dmv.de.gov.
About Delaware Interactive
Delaware Interactive is part of the eGovernment firm NIC's
(NASDAQ: EGOV) family of companies. Its focus is accelerating the number
of online services available to Delaware citizens and businesses through
the state's official portal, Delaware.gov.
NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV) is the nation's
leading provider of official
government portals, online
and secure payment processing solutions. The company's innovative
eGovernment services help reduce costs and increase efficiencies for
government agencies, citizens, and businesses across the country. The NIC
family of companies provides eGovernment solutions for more than 3,000
federal, state, and local agencies across the United States. Additional
information is available at http://www.egov.com.